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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAORfln THE LETHBRIPOB PA1LT HERALD SATLIUUY. PKBRUAHY 5. 192f G. NcManus V'YOUR. Tit MANNED- DIOYQOFIV HIE WHERE THE DON'T YOU r.VCR I DO .WOULD YOU LKB TO OCHtO WEARM463 A .LECTURE BY "WOAIEN S3W WANT? C. OGNT LET ME EVER IN A HURRY? This veRLiiiinint Is the pitct for a "titilt'k lunch." Tlie aume excellent food IB Served at our counter as at the tables, and there in no wilttnr WE HAVE A SIKVICE TO PLEASE EVERYONE. THE SIL VER GRILL COMBINATION PLAY BEAT LETHBR1DGE; MACLEOD GETS FOUR-ONE VICTORY AT HOME! APMtTINC The Mjtcleod Proyed Too Much for Crippled Fine to Unravel at League Meeting on Ice. All the In the Crow Hockey League wai upset lait nijtit. Lethbridge was defeated by Macleod four to one. Calemen lost to'Plncher Creek by forfeit whan the Pass team left the ice as s result of the referee's 'elision. an'd Taber didn't play account of "soft ice" and Tsber "susplciouc." There's a IfafiM meeting at Maclfod this afternoon to consid- er the tested game, and from present appearances, there Is going to be .1 time In the windyieity. Lelhbridge went down before tnp- combination play in Mneleod last night by a wore of tour to one. Mae- leod efcpwed great tlpprttrenent from The time they played here on January 18th. hut as iniiiTidnals they are not up to the Lethbridga mark. Playing OQ a narrow rlnlc Macleod was able to keep its combination go- ing against a team composed greatly of cripples. Several ot the Lethbridge players were reeling the effects of the Blairaiore garao and were not in fit condition to go on the ice against a team as fresh as JIaeleoil. PAOADOXES better, putting up his in, or place, or Grant scored (or Lethbridge on a pass from Boncher. Nine cars of rooters wont to Mac- lend with the Lethbridge hoys, so they had a fair backing but the combina- tion work was too much for the indiv- idual play of Lethbridge. Not quite the same team faced Macleod which faceJ Blairmore, as Reber was feeling the effects of a strain received in that game. Paul took McFee's place in centre ice and Grant was on in Reb- er's. Spud Murphy, witb Lsvasseur on left wing-and the right were- working to perfection. They certainly nfcowed that individ- ual play cannot stand up against com-! blniitlon work. Big Fritz and Byrne j on the. defence wore working to per-! fe'ction. Taking the Macleod team as a "whole'they showed the results of much practice. The players were: goal; STed Henderson and Boucher, defence: Paul, centre; Billy Henderson, right wing awl Grant, left wing; Duke Hen- derson, anb. Bone, goal: Corporal Priti and Byrne, defence; Levassonr, left wins; Spud Slurphy, centre; Pur- die, right wing.' flerceet i dough On vAriout horses, Is ho who never knew one breed of horte From any other ne'er will knoir! The Icmdeet ihouter -where the glove- men tmaih, Who shrieks delighted et each Uld and crash, Is he whoee lite Ii peaceful M e clam, And never himself, a battling ColemanAirs 1 ItsSideOfThe Protest Game "Poor Sportsmanship" Remarks Manager He it Out dash! Tne fan whose clamor rises, and high, To pau the stars, or give the ump the lie, In nine times out of ten, flon't know the rules, And couldn't catch the smallest pop- up fly! (Br a Staff Reporter.) CURLING Free lee Throuii unfortunate the lady of the city who gath- ered at the rink Thursday evening to commence their season's op-ir.ittons were disappointed la finding no open ikMti. The curlinf executive sin- cerely rezret that they did not re- ceive proper1 notice of evenings the ladies deaired. The impression was that Wednesdays and Saturdays, were the nights allotted to them. No notice had been given to any member i or tho executive, of their intention to COLEMAN, yeb. McUonuld, curl at all. The impression being that Pincher Creek Takes Coleman Game When Pass Sextet Leaves The Ice Over Referee's Decision More Trouble in Hockey Camp Ruled Off Coleroan DISTRICT HOCKBV LEAGUE Player and Whole Team Quit STANDING Won. Lost. Pet. .750 .700 .555 .250 .350 (By Staff Reporter) P1KCHKR CHEEK, Feb. Man more took the game tonight from Coleman by forfeit. The Coleman Lethbridge teu left the Ice because, Umpire i Plncher Creek Church put Hoggin of Cpleman's de-l Macleod..... fence on the fence for tripping. Cole- jnan held that Church was giving them a rotten deal and left the ice. Plnefcer took the game 1 tn 0 by de- fanlt i Wheu the Pass hoys entered thn i (From Our Own GorresjmidenO rtreeeins mom to prepare to leave TABER, Feb. basketball for tlie hotel, a crvwH of women storm- team took the eastbound for Medicine the doorway, imaging and jeering Hzl, today, in effort to find the mercilessly. The attack measure of tho liat hoopers, Medicine .1 TABER QUINTET MAKES TRIP TO MEDICINE HAT A boxing bill was recently introduc- ed, In a certain State, permitting ten round bouts with five ounce and a, ministerial association urged an amendment, making It Are rounds with ten-ounce gloves! Seven American Leagnt managers .ire strong for a memorial in honor of Babe Ruth. They believe all the fences should be moved back 900 feet as a special tribute to the mighty slugger. When Enoch. Arden comes home, nowadays, tbe wife "anally calls a cop, and Husband No. 2 kicks Enoch's pants until the arrival of tie conatab- Suburban Arithmetic "Five minutes' walk from the sta- equals twenty-four Boot- ing. "Twenty-six miautee' ride from means hours. hJdeous crawl ot two "Gas in anil place ready for electric, means total darkness unless you bring your' own lamp. "No means prompt and crushing tax levies by the village board, the township, the count? and the state. "Magnificent means an unin- terrupted sight at a tannery 300 feet "No can be accepted as, the absolute winter. aumed with increased when the left the rink. Excitement was Hat phone central having a cold, we 'shall'bold OTer results for a later issue intense and it looked like a scrap for i but locals are still confidant. Monday awlitle. night, the hockey intermediates plan Tie play was pretty the first ten or to visit the same Cree reserve, to try ttteen minutes. The teams played out thn youthful enthusiasts. The and snowed good form. Pin-' Rhonalda hotel has now opened its Pier' showed a marked improvement, I bar for business, a stock of the amal playing with spirit. Coleman, too. soft drinks having been received. shaved up well and then a little rough j Hobt. Woolley, of Calgary, who is stuff crept in. Chnrch. irouldn't gland: eipecteil on tonight's be in tot It, aiid put pliyern of. both stiles charge of this department.' on the fence. Tien the Hoggan affair tools out maQ -the deciding rumpus ensued, re- uniting in the risttors Waring the ice. It a deplorable termination to Ybit looked Ilka a real hockey ganie. Tie crowd was disappointed. It is just euch exhibitions as this that kills ?.h9 (ame. Jt Is a pity that hockey be played v.'Hhout a line ot beefing. POULIN TO PLAY FOR SASKATOON MOOSE JAW, Feb. Pon- 3In who hae been "outside referee' on iny Ice In the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey League, will play tonight for Sajkatoon. Letiue Secretary W. J. Share announced thli morning that Ponlln applied for today and bad been gmateel his unatenr card and would play IB the game at Reglna tonight he- UM Baskatooa Creicenta and PtTHOIT PITCHER ON BUROLARY CHARGE Mt7 FHANCIBCO, yrt. B.- Carl Hailing, Pacific Coast League who has J3.000 contract i Detroit team of the American I, season, Is en ball today ...vlng been arrested for burg- police sitd, admitted needed tie HOCKEY RESULTS Canadian! 5; Dominions 1 Feb. ot Calvary defealnd tbe Edmonton mtnlong hero In a Hig Four hockey fixture bj !o ona. It. was lilt- less cxIiiMtton with tbft locals easily misters oJ the jtsmo thronfhemt. Tljen 4: Eskimos 8 Feb. Tig- ers for the fourth ioason defeated Edmonton Esktmoj by the icom ot 4 to coal leiwtwr, irat BJ a wondorfal ei- hHilUon und he wai mainly respon- sible for the locali1 defeat. Vineouver 4: Victoria 3 VICTORIA, Teh. VroJ- eriokson, for Virtorln. first found I IIP net n'ilh the puck in tonight's hockey game, Vancnurer Millionaires gained Than Nothing A crooked ballplayer's conscience. The Prtildent. Mot pitchtn' hitting. Young to oust Sehalk, KHIcfer, Wlngo and O'Neill. What Jack Keama wants to let Dempaey's adversarjet get. An umpired sense of humor. How to make out your income tax blanks: Deduct, from your taxable totals, all moneys duo either from you or to then you hare a cinch. manager of the Colemnn Hockey club. gave out i statement today relative to the protested game between Cole- man too Lethbridge, a protest that will be disposed ot at an executive meeting la Macleod Saturday. Coleman feels that they were given a raw deal by the management of the Letjibridgo club all down the line. They feel that the Lethbridge olub management "exhibited a poor brand of to use Manager McDonald's .wprds. The statement ipade by Mr. Mc- Donald in ah Interview with the Her aid was in 'substance .as follows In the first same .between Le'th- bridge and Coleman. flayed early in j January, a dispute arose over'a goal which would hare meant, had it been allowed, a victory for Coleman, The referee overruled the decision of the goal Judge and judge of play, both ot i wham liter took affidavits that the i goal was legally scored. Coleiaan protested the game and it wss agreed that the match be played on neutral ir.e. Macleod met with the approval of both clubs. Jan. Id, was fixed as the date. On tie Utb. Coleman boys, Mr. MeDdBMAV-qult work at the mine and were ready to leave when word canii from Blairmore that the game had been called off. "I endeavor- ed to set In touch with Sergt. Healey, of Macleod. vice-president ot the lea- gue, and Geo. Dixon, manager ot the Letbbridge club, or any of the play- ers, but railed. Having had no offi- cial notification we boarded the train after 1 had wired Healey that the team was en route. I also wired Letlibrlnge." Sergt. Healey. according to the i statement ,met the train at the sta- tion, advising them that he had gotten In touch, with Lethbridge with the reenlt that they were to proceed to tbet city to play the game, Arriving in Lethbridge. Coleman" of- fered to play an exhibition game, but Manager Dixon refused claiming that it was a league fixture and must be played. "To be real sports the Colo- man boys took the ice, played the game winning to tho tune of 6 to did Mr. McDonald. "Imajfne- our surprise when on the 27th wo saw In the Herald that Lethbridgo had pro- tested the game on the ground that it should have been played on neutral Ice. We could not account for such an inconsistent plea m the light of the facts in the case. "Further." went on ilr. McDonald, ''the agreement ve gate receipts was that Hie teams would split at the Maeleod game. Our club was put to a heavy added expense by travelling to Lethbridge aud at this date wo have not received a cent from the Leth- bridge club. I make this statement in order to the air of misunder- standing and to let it be known that we have not overlooked the poor treatment received at the hands of the Lethbridgo hockey club manage-! ment. They showed a lack ot genuine sportsmanship." I the lateness of the season had damp etted their far this year. The Lethbridge Curling club are more than anxious to have an active ladles' club aa aa auxiliary to the curling fraternity. It IB so in almost any other city and should bere. Not as an independent organization, but ai in Fernie and other points a real part of the dub, taking respopsibilities in maintaincnce aid assisting to entertain visitors at boa- spiel tmes. As tic season is getting so late it was decided by the executive to fos- j ter and .encourage tfce lady curling club 'for this seaton, by g-nnttng them CURLEWS GOING AFTER THt CADILLAC CUP -curlers are in- vading Macleod today after the Cadillac Cup, the supreme tro- phy of the inter-club play In this district. Tuo.cup has been reposing snugly in Maclood for so long that tho curlers aro. afraid it will get tarnished so they aro going to bring it out into the light. Tho Duff nnd McNabb rinks which took part in the Perhle 'spiel are going utter the cup today. 5; i Took Two Basket ball Games .J.J From Lethbridge in Ray- mond Last Night i Poor shooting on the part of the j Lfcthbridgo hoopers and good com- f biilation play by Raymond brought j Raymond out on top of a fixty-six tu eighteen score in Raymond last nighi. Raymond has a slightly heavier team thau Lethbrldgo and were playing on thoir home floor. Tho Lethbridge boys took a good following with them but from Raymond this morning are u j j n trom Knymonu tins morning are 10 Meao Orders Postponed the effect that while Lethbridge did the use of and Saturday erery afternoon nights without any charge: It is sincerely hoped by the club that the ladies.will take aJran tags of this offer, get organised aod increase their membership, so that next season they will be in a position to have n successful and pleasant year's sport. Working on a definite plan and with the beat interests of making the game all It should he in thli city. Two sheets have been set aside for tonight for use by the ladles. Challengen After Cadillac Lethbridge curlers are making their first pilgrimage in quest of the Gad- illas Club today. Skips MeNab and Duff are the pilgrims to the shrine. .th have strong ritks and hearts are fluttering in high hopes for their suc- cess. Personnel: D. D. Mc.Nabh, skip; Jock Marnock, Greenway and More. Don Duff, skip, J. Shepherd, M. Free- man, D. R. Yates. The draw for tonight is Stewart TS. Marrs. Two sheets for. ladles, two for scratch games. The draw for Monday night: Aird vs. Carberry. McNabb vs Grwnway. Winner of Stewtrt and Mares STelson. Shepherd vs. Reid. Duff vs. Hamilton. The Wright shield for city cham- pionship will be under way Thurnday night. Skips must hare their rinks hind up by Wedneadty sight 10 that ;he draw may be then made. Will Be Strictly Amateur Affair Men Are Contestants Fixture To DC Played Without Delay Orders were sent out this morn- ing by the preiident of the Crow Heokey League that the Blair- more-Taber game at Blairmore be played tonight. This game was postponed from last night on Bialrmore's representations Ffi- day morning that the ice was eevtred with two Inches of water and would not be fit for play. lots of shooting thoir aim poor. i The Raymond team Is in good shape i and it is likely they will take a trip south, visiting Salt Lake City. The Raymond players banks and JlGldrum, fonvards: Fish- er, centre; Walker and Stevenp, guards. Green and George Young, forwards; Irwin, centre; Snow and Cope, guards. The junior game was a win for Ray- mond as well. The score was twen- ty-three to twenty-two. How Taber Views It (From Our Own CorriisDOndentI Robert Momens, te, Is in Columbia t penitentiary, serving a sentence uf i life imprisonment imposed by Judge teb. Tha hookey team j pioronco Allen, the ilrst woman judge did not get chance to tackle ta ohlo. It was Jlldgc, Allen's nrst more in tha lion's den in the Pass mllrder trial. Three women were cm tonight, the Pass team having jury mated that about two Inches ot water] _ covered tbe rink, and cancelling the j J game. Private inquiry not supporting! the statement, and Blairmore bills be-; ing posted here, Taber notified the Mairmoreltes to drain the radiator tor Saturday evening, as tho team hero will entrain at noon tomorrow. A man can't hare any peace these days, for; someone wanting to bet on a hockey! game, or telling you what a boob you are, if you don't go. The voice of :lrish" Kane, a local enthusiast, cry-j Ing In the wilderness, "let's con-: tinuea to make hideous the dreams of all the local sports. 'Ob, when this cruel war be over? will EX-CALGARY PLAYERS WITH THE YANKEES. NEW YORK, Feb. recruits, In- ilujlng two, from the Western Can- ada league, will assemble at the trftin- ng camp of the New York Yankees Slireveport, La., on February 27, ccording to an announcement today. Outfielders Walter Cbrintenson and Nelson Hawki of Calgary, both left hand hltten. will get their chance to .show la the big leagues. Moccasin Dance TONIGHT NO SKATING Dancing from 9 till 11.30. Admission 50c. ID-PIECE BRASS BAND Bring your rubbers if you have not moccasins. PHONE US FIFTH STREtT Flivvered and forgotten: Bob Mar- tin. It is said that sundry members of tlo world's champion Cleveland club hate each other ao tliat they never i speak eicept to dlriret a play upon the. field. That's sad. of course, but it's a blamed sight better to have them that way than to have them discussing chicken-dates and hooch-repositories while the other hits jo whiz- zlnj hy. In Norway, sawdust is railed with) Honr. and is said to make excellent bread. Kine board, eh? Rink Management Will Try to Duplicate Last Saturday's Success 'Ut Copyright National Newspaper Service Wednesday, February S, 1921. SASKATCHEWAN LEAGUE NOT IJROKEN UP YET MOOSE JAW, Feb. Moose ..'aw .Maple Leafs will play Saskatoon a goal iead before the end of the firs! on Monday night 11 far as could be period and equal snoring during tlie i learned here today, VV. J. Bhavb, sec- rest OL thn sumo found the locals at retary of the S.A.H.A.. stated when the short end of n I to score. SAME OLD STORY IODIXBURCH, Feb. Cana- dian curlers in ii hard fonsht Runic tu- day Just defeatofl the Edinburgh rink by 103 to 91, nuked as to the Earns that he had not boon notified by toe Maple Leafs tliat they would do otherwlM thiui play. Mr. Shave said that not having been notified to the contrary, lie wm today appointing to handle the game on Monday Moccasin dances are something new In Lethbrldgs and last Saturday night's affair m.iilo it big hit with many. young ami old. So tonight tho iiiunaBC'tnent of the riik afo going to give another such dunce. Brass band will be there with plenty of-jazz. Dancing will atnrt ot !l o'clock and will conclude at The ice this morning was in good shape and to- day's weather will keep it good. A smooth surface there this morn- ing so moccasins or rubbera must bo Horns liiivc triou to uni'.oc on tho ice with ordinary boots but this lias proved dangerous. A sporting event that will be one of tills month's big events will be the j bis Intornatloiml Amateur Boilng Carnival which is being planned- by f.ethbrldge Sports Club in con- junction -Tith a number of loccl men for a around the fifteenth of the 1 month iit the Majestic Theatre. It, is the Intention of the promot- of the affair to atago a full even- ing of amateur boslng, with men :ts the contestants, all of whom are up to the top In their Tar- ious divisions. Thfi countries (which will 1m represented In the ring are Knglaml, Scotland, Ireland. Canada, Greece, and the United States. A in each of the principal divisions will he staged thereby giving faiis an opportunity of seeing boxers in tho following divisions in uctlon: feather- weight, bantamweight, lightweight, welterweight, middleweight, and heavyweight. The event will be given wldb publicity, nnd fans may look for some more definite announcements Ihe first of: next week. iUri. .T. Saulson of Jordan, Catherines, reports finding St. panslei beautifully In her garden. WON BY KAYO WORCESTER, Mass., reb. O. Loughlln of South Bethlehem, Pa.. scored a technical knockout over Kd- dle Bratton of Philadelphia, la tbe third round of their lo-round bout last night. The referee stoppej the bout, "HERALD" Football Competition THIS WEEK RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE. TIT10N ABE AS FOLLOWS: ENTRY FORM 1. Tti" will Called C'ompetltlQfl, wilt entitled to m rriitny entries en UK-.J- desire, provided each accompanied Ijy twenty- fatti, cuup'jtis to iho nuui- ttt-r of entries. 3 Compatllor-i m'.im cross out UIB named of ttia ihev tMrtic IOM- and oroHB tli-- iiamus of boih if they a driiw rfanlt.. can imly secured from ilm f'aftt of Thfi Herald. ii >13 nnnilf-t roufe'virj will bo re- in ortxfs. Tlie umount nf prlzM Trill be published overy Moniipy itior-iinff for that wteitV trnm'H RpHiiH" of cntnpistiUiiny will In sucrcwiiflil will on l-l-ffiipt Of HIP C. In r I I mid- 5. i far ft. Id ItRfore A I'rlda.v nf hi- i-nlry. llS'rf] GAMES TO BE FLAYED 3AT, FEB 12TH, ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, MID- NIGHT FIRST DIVISION Aston Villa vs Burnley v: Derby County. Chelsea vs West Brom, Tottenham vs Mancheiter C. SECOND DIVISION Barncley vs Cardiff C. Hull vi Port Vafc vi Notts Co. South Shield] vc Wednesday. THIRD DiVIGlON Exeter C. va Qrimsby. GilMncham vs Norwich. Plymou-h vs Queens Park R. Watford vs Heading. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen vs Ctydebank. Albion R. vs Hiberniani. Falkirk VB Clyde. Heartc vs Mothcrwell. 7 pntcr Mic TIf-raltl Football Com- petition in acrordunre Wfth the rulfif anil condii.inns announct4 nnd lishail (o accept the it fiiul auil legalljr Signed i-IH finnl. 11. Employes Th- li-n tjfirrtrf from ;